All tubs on the picture below are radishes, the big one isn’t a turnip but a true radish root, from a giant variety. I really enjoy neighbouring organic farms, and moreover that the farmers decided to fill their market gardens with many rare vegetables and roots. They offer a great diversity and of course, increase tentation of buying more vegs than actually needed in the kitchen (which is probably healthier ‘foraging’ for the family afterall). I like the darker twilight purple radishes too, but now there’s a new caracteristics to test for, in addition to age and size, whenever taste is differing. Hum, maybe I’ll go with Halloween radishes instead of pumpkins!
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